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Capture India Essay

703 words - 3 pages

Content Capture India
Cheri L. Adam
MGMT 4354-011
Fall 2014

Content Capture India
India is located in South Asia and is the Seventh-Largest country by area and second-largest by population. Interestingly, it is the largest democracy (by population) in the world. As of March 2011, the population was recorded as 1,203,710,000 (17% of the world's population) Most of the residents are rural, with 73 percent of people living outside the cities and towns. Given this, agriculture not only dominates the occupations of the people of India, but is also one of the most important economic sectors for the country. The government is described as a sovereign socialist democratic republic with a ...view middle of the document...

There are four major language groups, each with numerous languages. Indo-Aryan, a branch of Indo-European, covers the northern half of the country, and the Dravidian family covers the southern third. In the middle regions, a number of tribal languages of the Munda or Austroasiatic family are spoken. In the northeastern hills, numerous Tibeto-Burman languages are spoken. Four major world religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism originated there, while Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam came later, adding to the diversity. The most dominant religion in India today is Hinduism, with about 80% of Indians being Hindus.
Having traveled to underdeveloped countries before, I was relatively unsurprised with the economic dichotomy mentioned in the video. I still find it fascinating, however how underdeveloped nations can have extremely modernized conveniences literally adjacent to shanty towns and extreme poverty. I am intrigued by the spiritual nature of Indians and their affinity toward yoga and Hinduism. I...

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